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For a new (to me) violin I have, there is a "slight" B-flat "wolf note" in first position E-string (and a bit of a wolf on the A-string), a cause for concern? I changed strings and it helped slightly, but it's still there. Is this the most common note that a wolf note occurs in the violin? I know that a wolf note(s) is relatively common with cellos. Since it sounds great otherwise, beside regraduating the top, moving the soundpost, adjusting the bridge, or using succinct vibrato/bowing, are there any other options? Or, will it "go away" with playing time? Thanks.

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